Ms. Carrie Trazetta Myrick, age 45, of Graceville, Florida went home to be with the Lord on Monday, January 13, 2020 at the Signature Healthcare Of North Florida in Graceville with her family at her bedside.
Carrie T. Myrick a loving, caring, courageous woman was born on February 21, 1974.
She was preceded in death by her Mother: Cynthia Myrick; grandfather: Andrew Myrick and uncle: Donnell Myrick
She is survived by her father: O’neal Myrick Sr. (Willie Mae Ward); grandmother: Bonnie Myrick; her children: Craig Myrick (Michaela), Deante “J” Swain, Leanndra “Lele” Swain; grandchildren: London, Lathon, Harmonee, Jalayah, and Tiashon “Bubba”; sisters: Tina, Stacey (Emanuel) Watford, Neikeshia (Timmy) Granger, and Danielle Ward; brothers: O’neal Jr. and Oda Lee Myrick; aunts and uncles: Richard Sheffield, Charles (Irene) Myrick, James “Fatman” (Etta) Myrick, Homer Myrick, Odell (Olivia) McCarty, Lillie Mae Giles and Betty Joyce Myrick; nieces: Samantha, Nisheka, Gabby, Makaylia, Ka’Dashia and Odyssey; nephews: Elijah, Jeremy “JT”, Deonne, Kyreese, Christian, Tim, Timothy, and Tj.; special cousin: Tanya Giles Watford (Anthony); godsons: Jamar Davis and Daron”Dj” Clemmons; goddaughters: Miracle (Omar) Warren and Nekayla Gillette; lifetime partner: Leroy Swain; special friends: Stacey Davis and the Davis Sisters, Shantay Pinkard, Joe and the Hwy 77 Bingo Crew, Holly Peacock, Margie Gillette and Jason Daniels; as well as a host of great nieces, great nephews, close relatives and friends whom she loved dearly.
Imagine if we was given one moment,
just a single slice of our past.
We could hold it close forever,
and that moment would always last.
We'd put the moment in a safe,
within our heart's abode.
We could open it when we wanted,
and only we would know the code.
We could choose a time of laughing,
a time of happiness and fun.
We could choose a time that tried us
through everything we've done.
We sat and thought about what moment
would always make us smile.
One that would always push us
to walk that extra mile.
If we're feeling sad and low,
if we're struggling with what to do,
We can go and open our little safe
and watch our moment through.
There are moments we can think of
that would lift our spirits every time.
The moments when you picked us up,
when the road was hard to climb.
For us to only pick one moment
to cherish, save and keep
is proving really difficult,
as we've gathered up a heap!
We've dug deep inside our heart,
found the safe and looked inside
There was room for lots of moments;
in fact, hundreds if we tried.
We'll building our own little library,
embedded in our heart,
for all the moments spent with you
before you had to part.
We can open it up whenever we like,
pick a moment and watch it through,
Our little library acts as a promise
We'll never ever forget you.
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